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Making Hay the Swiss
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I was lucky enough to spend a week in Switzerland mid September and visit a number of farms. Here we had the chance to make "hay" the Swiss way. Farmer get different rebates from the government…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Mackenna Roth Nov 8, 2011.

FreshFest in Elgin County
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Last night was an amazing night hosted by Savour Elgin at CASO Train station in St Thomas. Our low ticket price included a complementary wine glass to take home as well as 14 tickets to use at the…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Joe Dales Aug 27, 2011.

Saturday was Food Day Canada

This past Saturday Canadians celebrated their local food. I have included a great article from The Record in Waterloo about the event.…Continue

Started Aug 2, 2011

2011 Field Pest Update

Tracey Baute, Field Crop Entomologist with The Ministry of Agriculture, Food & Rural Affairs gives an update about the current pest conditions in the South Western Ontario fields. More infomation…Continue

Started Jul 25, 2011

 

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At 10:36am on August 23, 2011, Helen Hatzis said…

Hi Mackenna,

Thanks so much for your message! I know Michelle as well : )

I am working in the marketing department - social media. I'll definitely come by and visit you at the competition!

Thanks again and have a great day!!

At 8:10pm on July 16, 2010, Joe Dales said…
Hi Mackenna.
Thanks for joining OntAg Community.

You are the 400th member.

Welcome and we encourage you to participate.

Take care,

Joe
 
 
 

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